Adaptability and commitment are not mutually exclusive concepts. When used in tandem, adaptability and commitment are symbiotic and ensure a holistic management approach. By way of example, Quinn (1996) recounted the experience of an executive who.
Many leaders find themselves contemplating an operational shift during a crisis. COVID-19 has been no exception. Travel and hospitality businesses have had to respond to a steep dropoff in demand, while technology entities like Zoom and Microsoft.
This second edition of our “Chats with Hannah” mini-blogs shares a recent discussion about disruption and resilience. The conversation was in context of what companies are experiencing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many articles in past months.
Often in internal discussions at New Canvas Advising (NCA), the conversation is rich and multi-layered as Hannah talks through applying scientific principles to practical business realities. Very often, I think, “this would make a great blog”, but.
The U.S. health care system is experiencing a three-pronged revolution involving policy, financial, and political strategies. National discussions of health care policy revolving around financial extremes and ineffectual outcomes are familiar to all.